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What Geert means: you need to dig into automation. You will (AFAIK) not be able to do that out-of-the-box with the SysML MDG.

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Write a log to a file and one single message to the system output in the end.

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Yep. Have a look in the help for Repository. There's an attribute for the build.

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Read element.Connectors
For each connector check if the Type == "Generalization"
Figure out the opposite from conn.ClientID and .SupplierID (the one which is not element.ElementID)

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Automation Interface, Add-Ins and Tools / Re: Set user password?
« on: October 18, 2011, 04:52:21 am »
Hmm. I haven't even found a way to create a user via the API. However, you can set the password to null (or blank) in t_secuser. In that case the user can log on with no password. Which is kind of the same as having a default password.

Maybe you can try setting a password and use the crypt value for someone else and see whether the logon works.

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Automation Interface, Add-Ins and Tools / Re: Set user password?
« on: October 18, 2011, 01:24:27 am »
Why would you set the password via API? What's your use case?

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Phew. Hard stuff indeed. That happens when you code for years without redesign or refactoring and you run out of trap doors.

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Lucky you :-)

Makes me a bit wonder. You're joking, aren't you?

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It's hidden behind FQ. AFAIK only MDGs are connected with FQ tags.

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I guess no. Creating a Tag from an MDG is not done that way. There are some strange things happening behind the scenes.

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Unfortunately no. But if you figure it out I'd appreciate to have a little insight. Likely it's a bumpy road ahead of you.

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Well, it worked (last tested half a year ago or so). But writing an add-in was quite easy and much more flexible.

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Basic programming skill is what Geert means. IOW go to school.

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Thanks Neil,
what I'm worrying about is the possibility to detect model changes by inspecting the XML export. I found a way around by inspecting the audit log (which by the way is not completely cleared by Clear Logs...). It would however be nice if the trailing chunk is set to definite values before zipping the data so the result is always the same.

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EA exports linked documents as base64 encoded zip. So far so good. But each time I export such a linked document the encoding is different although nothing has changed. Why? Does anybody know?

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